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If you have an interest in real world consulting and are excited about solving complex business problems, then joining Jayhawk Consulting is a great way to get started. The Jayhawk Consulting program provides you the opportunity to sharpen your analytical and business skills while working directly with clients. You will have direct responsibilities developing executable strategies, recommendations, and preparing presentations for diverse companies and organizations. Your position will help you develop your consulting skills, as well as enhance your team and networking skills.

Preferred qualities of the Jayhawk Consultant include:
  • Varied and deep experience base on which to draw potential project solutions
  • Demonstration of innovative thinking in meeting past challenges
  • Capacity to accelerate through the project's learning curve, to work quickly and efficiently insuring on time project completion
  • Ability to team effectively for synergistic thinking and work load sharing
  • Ability to priorize assignments and deliver against accepted responsibilities.
  • Academic backgrounds are not limited to business, in fact a diversity of education and experience are preferred and attempts to attract consultants from a variety of disciplines will be pursued downstream.

Candidates for Jayhawk Consulting should submit their resume and cover letter identifying relevant experience and potential for personal contributions to the program.

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